Atlanta Airport snow storm Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport Delta Air Lines 

Delta Air Lines canceled more than 1000 flights in Atlanta due to snow storm

The situation begins to normalize slowly at the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport. Delta Air Lines had to cancel more than 1000 flights between yesterday Friday and today because of the heavy snow storm that affected air operations in the state of Georgia, in the United States. Delta has its base at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) in the city of Atlanta, that is why it was the most affected by the climate problem. The company encouraged its passengers, as far as possible, to delay their trip explaining that the changes would not entail…

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Bali Denpasar Airport Indonesia 

Denpasar airport returns to operate

The ash cloud is directed to the south-southeast of the island of Bali. Located on the island of Bali, Indonesia, the Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Denpasar city has returned to operate earlier than expected thanks to the ashes of the Agung volcano that have moved south-southeast of the island. The problems began on Saturday night when flight cancellations began, after the Agung volcano released a cloud of ash over 4,000 meters high. At 15:00 local time today, November 29, the airport began again to provide service. The airline Singapore…

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Agung volcano Indonesia 

Many flights cancelled in Indonesia due to eruption of the Agung volcano

There are more than 2000 passengers stranded on the island of Bali. The Agung or Gunung Agung is a volcano located on the island of Bali, in Indonesia. Last Saturday was the protagonist of a large eruption that threw ashes to more than 4,000 meters of height, which is why many flights were canceled. On Saturday night, more than 20 flights were canceled, most originating in Australia, while today the airline AirAsia had to cancel 32 flights that have as origin or destination the islands of Bali and Lombok. For…

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Paris city France 

Cancellations are expected by strike of French air traffic controllers

The strike will take place between Wednesday and Friday. The strike began at 18:00 on Wednesday, November 15, local time, and will continue until 05:00 on Friday, November 17th. The reason for the strike is to protest against the changes of President Emmanuel Macron to the labor laws of the country. Airlines have warned that flights to and from France, and those traveling through French airspace, could be affected. The low cost airline Ryanair reported that it has canceled a small number of flights.”We regret to advise customers that due to…

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